Inspired by the work of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Representative John Lewis, we’ve compiled a list of thirty-five picture books perfect for rallying young activists and getting the next generation on the move for social justice.
Jess Keating and Marta Alvarez Miguens join us today to reveal the cover for their brand new picture book, Shark Lady: The Daring Tale of How Eugenie Clark Dove Into History!
For author Andrea Davis Pinkney, it started with a swirl of words that fluttered up among the frosty white, while she flapped her “arm-wings” to make a snow angel.
You remember Peter. You probably grew up with him, whether you are eight or eight times eight. That’s because Peter is a hero, collaged from words and hope and universal experiences. Painted and presented by a man who knew the same.
This, then, is a look at Peter’s roots, how he came onto the page, and who the man was that really truly saw him.
Take a closer look at the first in Drew Weing’s THE CREEPY CASE FILES OF MARGO MALOO series!
Over the years, comic books have gravitated from stories about superheroes to stories about everyday people, portraying a variety of cultural backgrounds and a wide range of themes that speak to readers. Today’s comics allow us to witness moments of loss, vulnerability, bravery, and friendship, and at the end of the day, comics speak to the diverse and complicated situations readers deal with every day. The following comics represent the most insightful and beautiful of 2016 and help readers see themselves in the books they love in new and exciting ways. Enjoy our list of the best comics of 2016.
The novels we read this year brought readers hope, challenged their perceptions, and illuminated experiences in ways both lasting and affecting. Enjoy our list of the best novels of 2016, as selected by the team at All The Wonders.
What we read in nonfiction picture books can teach us about ourselves, one another, and the world around us. Whether by learning about an historic figure’s contribution to knowledge or well-being, or in the way we are called to take notice of what’s going on outside our window, these books call on us to ask big questions and to listen closely for answers. Enjoy our list of the best nonfiction picture books of 2016, as selected by the team at All The Wonders.
Excellence abounded in picture books this year, taking the form of piano-playing bears, Debbie-loving foxes, and the secret language of insects. Enjoy our list of the best picture books of 2016, as selected by the team at All The Wonders.
Author-illustrator Philip C Stead takes us back in time to learn how he first became interested in drawing and how his childhood work influences him today.